the rennie advance - April 2022

Cherry blossoms and cheery buyers came out in droves in March, with sales approaching 7,000 regionally. In what is a positive trend for the market, inventory continued to rise, though it remains low at the onset of what is expected to be a busy spring market.

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New housing development on First Nation lands is not only more affordable for owners than elsewhere in the region, but it is also adding much-needed supply.

Ester Hsieh
Personal Real Estate Corporation
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Benchmark Price Infographics for detached, townhomes, and condos in the areas of the Vancouver Region covered in the monthly rennie review.

Ester Hsieh
Personal Real Estate Corporation
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September’s low sales counts and diminished inventory have left us green with envy for the day when supply can rise to meet the needs of would-be buyers in the Vancouver Region. The good news is that summer has come and passed with overall conditions remaining balanced for a third consecutive month.

Ester Hsieh
Personal Real Estate Corporation